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Pilots Logbook 2018-19: Blake Wheeler

There’s no better way to wrap up our Pilot’s Logbook series than to look at the heart and soul of the team, Blake Wheeler. A leader in the room and on the ice, Wheeler has excelled over the past few seasons as he’s averaged more than a point per game over the last two years….

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Pilots Logbook 2018-19: Bryan Little

There’s only two logbooks remaining as Bryan Little takes his turn under the microscope. Little churned out another decent season as he continues to score over 40 points, year in and year out. This time around, some of the other stats don’t look quite as good. Does that mean Little is declining, or was it…

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Pilots Logbook 2018-19: Dmitry Kulikov

We are nearing the end of our 2018-19 Pilot’s Logbook series as we reflect on the past season for each Winnipeg Jets player. Today we are looking at Kulikov’s season, which was statistically the worst of his career. Will he bounce back over the off-season and become a more important piece next year? We will…

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Pilots Logbook 2018-19: Mathieu Perreault

We’re nearing the end of our Pilots Logbook series, with only a few players left to examine. One of those players is Mathieu Perreault, a fan favourite of many Jets fans. Always a darling of the advanced metrics, Perreault’s game has been under-rated for much of his career. Is Perreault still under-rated now that his…

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Pilots Logbook 2018-19: Connor Hellebuyck

It was a down year for Hellebuyck who wasn’t able to match his performance from two seasons ago when he found himself in the Vezina conversation among the leagues best netminders. That isn’t to say that Hellebuyck had a terrible year, it was merely average. The Jets believe that Hellebuyck is more than average, so…

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Pilots Logbook 2018-19: Tyler Myers

With rumours swirling around Tyler Myers, nobody knows where he’s going to end up next season. Does that mean he’s played his last game in Winnipeg? While that’s definitely a possibility, we will have to wait until next week to know for certain. In the meantime let’s take a look at his past season in…

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Pilots Logbook 2018-19: Sami Niku

It was a year of learning for Sami Niku who spent most of the season in the NHL, but much of it in the pressbox. Niku struggled for ice-time all season long until injuries began piling up late in the season. He managed to play 30 games during that span and had a number of…

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Pilots Logbook 2018-19: Nikolaj Ehlers

It was a bit of a down season for Nikolaj Ehlers who played the fewest games of his NHL career after missing 20 games with an injury. There’s been some speculation recently that Ehlers might be headed to the trade block, but with strong underlying numbers and decent contract, the Jets would be wise to…

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Pilots Logbook 2018-19: Kyle Connor

It was a strong sophomore season for the speedy winger who increased his stats in nearly every aspect of the game. After two strong years in the NHL, Connor is up for a new contract this summer and nobody is quite sure what to expect. With a high pedigree and solid numbers, it’s going to…

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Pilots Logbook 2018-19: Dustin Byfuglien

It was a rough season for Dustin Byfuglien who had to sit out nearly half the games due to injury. He played excellent hockey when he was healthy, but was limited to just 42 contests all year. The rest of the team struggled without Byfuglien in the lineup, which isn’t surprising given his important role…

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Pilots Logbook 2018-19: Mark Scheifele

It was another solid season for Scheifele who finished with a point per game pace for the third consecutive season. Although there’s no denying how important Scheifele is to the Jets, this year’s performance had some people wondering if he still has another level to his game. Let’s take a look as we examine the…

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Pilots Logbook 2018-19: Jacob Trouba

It’s finally over. This is the last logbook for Jacob Trouba after his tumultuous run with the Jets organization. While his play on the ice will be sorely missed next season, it’s a breath of fresh air knowing that there won’t be another contract stalemate this summer. As a farewell to Trouba, let’s look back…